Assetto Corsa Competizione Leagues and Championships
Assetto Corsa Competizione, known as ACC released in 2019, quickly rose in the simracing world to be known as one of the best new simracing games to take the world by storm, and we here at ThePitCrew are highly involved with running Assetto Corsa Competizione championships and have developed systems around it, to ensure our leagues are some of the best in the simulation!
Get involved in some of the closest, cleanest, racing leagues and championships; with live commentary, highlight videos, post-race writeups and live stewarding available for every championship, it’s almost like racing in real life, but without the expensive bills!
Step 1: Get Registered to race
Register so we can get your full information on our website, this allows for us to know who you are and get in touch with you, once registered head on over to our discord server, this is where you can ask any questions and where the stewarding, league and all of our other staff and members live, this is your primary contact.
Step 2: Complete 1 classification Race
We rate you based on your performance across our ACC Daily Races as well as our ACC Leagues and Championships the more you race, the higher your performance should increase, complete a race and we’ll be able to get you added to the grid, this will allow us to assign you your split in our championships!
ThePitCrew ACC Leagues
Frequently Asked Questions
Once in the championship page, details are written in the bottom to tell you if there are any further requirements before joining the championship, it is always recommended to read our rules and regulations!
Incidents are reported via our dedicated discord server where you, simply follow the instructions here and it will be looked at by our dedicated stewarding team.
All of our rules are listed in our rules and regulations document which you can read by clicking the link here: https://www.thepitcrew.co.uk/rules-and-regulations/
This depends on the championship type:
All events must be attended and drivers are allowed one missed race per season, if they exceed this limit their previous attendance history will decide if they pick up a 3 month ban from regulated events or not.
A series is a grouping of rounds where you can sign up to only the events you can make, if you miss a round you have signed up for and haven't signed out of it, your attendance rating will take a hit.